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Virtual Private Network, they hide your online activity from your ISP. They are best used for sites that are blocked, like a lot of streaming, video hosting and downloading sites. If you are going to be going on a lot of blocked websites, then subscribing to a VPN would make things easier.

There are free VPN's you can use, but they come with limitations, the main one being download speed.

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I signed up for two years to Private Internet Access VPN. 

Cost me £50 and I am able to use it across 7 different devices.

Didn't need to by a VPN router or anything like that, for my Amazon Fire stick there was an app I could download to activate it on there using my username and password, same for mobile devices. 

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